Oprah reflects the "neoliberal attitude we should have toward the world." Her message is politicized.
She "disassociated herself from a lot of the political aspects of the civil rights movement." She talks about MLK and other figures. It stops there. She doesn't emulate them. She doesn't care. She's more white than black.
Becoming popular requires not "mak(ing) too many people uncomfortable."
Ties to wealth and power interests preclude doing so. Oprah's well connected. In May 2009, Irish Central headlined "Secret meeting of world's richest people held in New York," saying:
A media blackout was imposed. Noted figures attended. They included David Rockefeller, Bill Gates, Warren Buffet, George Soros, Ted Turner, Peter Peterson, Michael Bloomberg, and Oprah among others.
It was held in Rockefeller University's President's Room. Major world issues were discussed. Each participant got 15 minutes. Oprah was in "listening mode."
Topics included world population control. Others were ones rich and powerful figures prioritize. Oprah's well connected. She's welcome in high places.
She's a Council on Foreign Relations member. She may or may not have Trilateralist and Bilderberg ties. The latter group's so secret it lacks an official name. Oprah will have to disclose connections if any.